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Synonyms for behave

act

Synonyms

  • act
  • react
  • conduct yourself
  • acquit yourself
  • comport yourself

be well-behaved

Synonyms

  • be well-behaved
  • be good
  • be polite
  • mind your manners
  • keep your nose clean
  • act correctly
  • act politely
  • conduct yourself properly

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Synonyms for behave

to conduct oneself in a specified way

to react in a specified way

Synonyms for behave

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A fine of PS350 has been imposed on a man who behaved in a threatening manner and assaulted a woman on Christmas Day.
Ground staff (skipper) Mr Ajeetesh behaved very badly and rudely with me.
If they are being recognised as well behaved, then that's always a good thing as it makes them want to continue to behave positively.
He is a decent young man who has behaved well in the past.
Sienna Miller admits that she 'sabotaged' her Hollywood prospects because of the way she behaved away from the film set
The closure of the unit is part of a change in the way badly behaved children are taught in the county.
Strict action would be taken against whosoever behaved this way," a party statement said.
With tips on how to train your dog to behave, communicating more effectively, with graphs and tips to enhance the process, and much more, "How to Behave so Your Dog Behaves" is a read that shouldn't be missed for those seeking a more well behaved companion.
The driver said, despite a few troublemakers, most of the children he transports are well behaved.
1 : to act in a particular manner <The children behaved well at the party.
I HAVE a silver award because I have behaved well for the term.
He was directed to a certain location to see if he behaved properly, and he did not behave as a police officer should.
Grant was waging "honorable" warfare while Sherman behaved more like Attila the Hun.
As the period of Question Time ended and the House emptied the business of the House was delayed by Members jeering very loudly; this was particularly offensive as a Member of Parliament was trying to make a personal apology Had a member of the public behaved in a public place in the way in which the MPs behaved the police would have intervened using their powers under the Public Order Act.